I’m working on a Art & Design question and need guidance to help me study.
From your Pearson text book:
“Leonardo was motivated by strong curiosity and belief in the human ability to understand the fascinating phenomena of the physical world. He believed that art and science are two means to the same end: knowledge.
Leonardo showed his investigative and creative mind in his journals, where he documented his research in notes and drawings. His notebooks are filled with studies of anatomy and ideas for mechanical devices, explorations that put him at the forefront of the scientific development of his time.”
He wrote everything in his notebooks in mirror writing, starting on the right side and moving to the left. He wrote in the conventional direction when writing for other people. It has long puzzled people why he did this. Some ideas are:
Why do you think Leonardo wrote in his notebooks this way?
Post to this discussion by the deadline and respond to 2 other students by the end of day.
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